A State Department-funded program will lapse, leaving about thirty Palestinian students in limbo at American universities in the Middle East region.
Monthly Archives For January 2019
Green Mountain College, located in the small town of Poultney, Vermont, will close this year in the spring. The college is a typical small-enrollment liberal arts institution, and had invested more in developing its graduate…
A new app developed by university researchers aims to help teachers eliminate their “implicit biases” about students.
Duke University students no longer have to give a reason why they miss classes, according to a policy change by the university.
University of Pacific’s current president will resign after dealing with criticism over budget cuts and tuition increases.
The University of California-Santa Barbara is looking to hire a new LGBT coordinator to promote its LGBT Center and activities, which could pay $57,000 a year.
University of Georgia is investigating a teaching assistant for his anti-white remarks.
A visiting scholar at Northwestern University will remain at his post, despite the protests of students over the scholar’s research on black female attractiveness.
After two ‘blackface’ incidents, black students at the University of Oklahoma are calling for the university president’s resignation.
Stressed out for exams? At Stanford University, they had ‘therapy llamas’ for a day for stressed students.